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Physician’s Choice Turmeric supplement is a research developed supplement created with natural ingredients to support joints and promote mobility.

  • Organic plant based
  • Potent anti-inflammatory
  • Maximum absorption
  • Standardized extract

PHYSICIAN FORMULATED WITH FIVE KEY INGREDIENTS FOR INFLAMMATION AND JOINT PAIN RELIEF

SIMPLIFIED CORE FORMULA FOR NATURAL JOINT SUPPORT AND MOBILITY

Physician’s Choice Turmeric formula is made with only the most essential ingredients to encourage joint health and improve overall function. Designed with standardized curcumin extract, ginger root, and boswellia, our supplement helps nurture and revitalize your joints for daily use.

Our turmeric formula is also combined with Bioperine for enhanced absorption and immediate relief. With no extra fillers or artificial ingredients, our formula ensures that you can experience natural support for an active and overall healthy lifestyle.

CURCUMIN ROOT C3 EXTRACT WITH 95% CURCUMINOIDS PLUS BIOPERINE FOR COMPLETE ABSORPTION

Explore the advantages of using Physician’s Choice Turmeric supplement which can help:

  • Reduce joint stiffness
  • Slow joint aging
  • Improve flexibility and mobility
  • Decrease joint inflammation
  • Relieve pain and discomfort

Our Turmeric formula can also work to:

  • Boost healthy liver functions
  • Promote eye, skin, and heart health
  • Support immunity and digestion

PHYSICIAN’S CHOICE TURMERIC SUPPLEMENT FOR NATURAL JOINT HEALTH

Joint pain and stiffness can occur at any time, even when you least expect it. Whether you experience joint pain and discomfort from age or strenuous activities, joint tissue can break down and cause a dreadful cycle of inflammation and reduced mobility. Without taking the right action, the risk for injury and worsening joint health can increase.

While other products may work to decrease pain, they can often lack the long-term benefits of natural ingredients like those found in Physician’s Choice Turmeric supplement. Our formula is specially designed to promote joint health and regulate the inflammatory components responsible for joint stiffness and pain.

Curcumin: Traditionally used as a spice and revitalizing medicine of Eastern countries, curcumin exerts anti-inflammatory and pain relieving properties. It works by modifying proinflammatory cytokines which are often released during bouts of joint pain.

Turmeric: Turmeric belongs to the Zingiberaceae family and contains unique bioactive components such as curcumin, demethoxycurcumin, bis-demethoxycurcumin, and essential oils. Physician’s Choice Turmeric formula uses the anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects of organic turmeric root to improve joint health.

Boswellia: Collected from the resin of Boswellia trees, Boswellic extract has been clinically shown to demonstrate alleviating properties in chronic inflammation. Research shows that Boswellia can improve joint pain by up to 30% with highly absorptive effects.

Ginger: Often used as a spice with digestive health properties, ginger is also a potent antioxidant that can decrease joint stiffness and inflammation. Studies show that concentrated ginger extract can decrease inflammation at a cellular level.

Bioperine: Our formula includes piperine for enhanced bioavailability of turmeric. More specifically, piperine modulates specific enzymes to increase the absorption of turmeric. More absorption means greater potency.

Effective Alternative To Improve Joint Health

While many people turn to natural ingredients for joint pain, our turmeric supplement includes essential components to reduce joint pain and inflammation. Key ingredients such as curcumin extract, boswellia, and ginger work synergistically to alleviate feelings of stiffness and discomfort.

Anti-inflammatory, Revitalizing Effects

As you age, your joints may weaken from daily wear and tear. While this can be a normal occurrence, Physician’s Choice Turmeric supplement can provide the necessary formula to revitalize your joints and prevent further inflammation. Take two capsules each day for optimal joint support.

Supports Mobility And A Healthy Lifestyle

Our turmeric formula contains highly potent ingredients such as 500 mg of curcumin root, 500 mg of turmeric root, 100 mg of Boswellia, and 100 mg of ginger root. Housed in a veggie capsule with Bioperine, Physician’s Choice Turmeric supplement is absorbed quickly for improved mobility. This way you can feel empowered to live a healthy, active lifestyle.

All Natural Ingredients, Physician Approved

While many people often turn to synthetic medicines to relieve joint pain, our formula contains plant based ingredients for superior joint support. As a cleaner alternative, our ingredients are tested and formulated with doctor approval to ensure you are receiving a high quality blend.

Physician’s Choice Turmeric supplement is a research developed supplement created with natural ingredients to support joints and promote mobility.

  • Organic plant based
  • Potent anti-inflammatory
  • Maximum absorption
  • Standardized extract

PHYSICIAN FORMULATED WITH FIVE KEY INGREDIENTS FOR INFLAMMATION AND JOINT PAIN RELIEF

SIMPLIFIED CORE FORMULA FOR NATURAL JOINT SUPPORT AND MOBILITY

Physician’s Choice Turmeric formula is made with only the most essential ingredients to encourage joint health and improve overall function. Designed with standardized curcumin extract, ginger root, and boswellia, our supplement helps nurture and revitalize your joints for daily use.

Our turmeric formula is also combined with Bioperine for enhanced absorption and immediate relief. With no extra fillers or artificial ingredients, our formula ensures that you can experience natural support for an active and overall healthy lifestyle.

CURCUMIN ROOT C3 EXTRACT WITH 95% CURCUMINOIDS PLUS BIOPERINE FOR COMPLETE ABSORPTION

Explore the advantages of using Physician’s Choice Turmeric supplement which can help:

  • Reduce joint stiffness
  • Slow joint aging
  • Improve flexibility and mobility
  • Decrease joint inflammation
  • Relieve pain and discomfort

Our Turmeric formula can also work to:

  • Boost healthy liver functions
  • Promote eye, skin, and heart health
  • Support immunity and digestion

PHYSICIAN’S CHOICE TURMERIC SUPPLEMENT FOR NATURAL JOINT HEALTH

Joint pain and stiffness can occur at any time, even when you least expect it. Whether you experience joint pain and discomfort from age or strenuous activities, joint tissue can break down and cause a dreadful cycle of inflammation and reduced mobility. Without taking the right action, the risk for injury and worsening joint health can increase.

While other products may work to decrease pain, they can often lack the long-term benefits of natural ingredients like those found in Physician’s Choice Turmeric supplement. Our formula is specially designed to promote joint health and regulate the inflammatory components responsible for joint stiffness and pain.

Curcumin: Traditionally used as a spice and revitalizing medicine of Eastern countries, curcumin exerts anti-inflammatory and pain relieving properties. It works by modifying proinflammatory cytokines which are often released during bouts of joint pain.

Turmeric: Turmeric belongs to the Zingiberaceae family and contains unique bioactive components such as curcumin, demethoxycurcumin, bis-demethoxycurcumin, and essential oils. Physician’s Choice Turmeric formula uses the anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects of organic turmeric root to improve joint health.

Boswellia: Collected from the resin of Boswellia trees, Boswellic extract has been clinically shown to demonstrate alleviating properties in chronic inflammation. Research shows that Boswellia can improve joint pain by up to 30% with highly absorptive effects.

Ginger: Often used as a spice with digestive health properties, ginger is also a potent antioxidant that can decrease joint stiffness and inflammation. Studies show that concentrated ginger extract can decrease inflammation at a cellular level.

Bioperine: Our formula includes piperine for enhanced bioavailability of turmeric. More specifically, piperine modulates specific enzymes to increase the absorption of turmeric. More absorption means greater potency.

Effective Alternative To Improve Joint Health

While many people turn to natural ingredients for joint pain, our turmeric supplement includes essential components to reduce joint pain and inflammation. Key ingredients such as curcumin extract, boswellia, and ginger work synergistically to alleviate feelings of stiffness and discomfort.

Anti-inflammatory, Revitalizing Effects

As you age, your joints may weaken from daily wear and tear. While this can be a normal occurrence, Physician’s Choice Turmeric supplement can provide the necessary formula to revitalize your joints and prevent further inflammation. Take two capsules each day for optimal joint support.

Supports Mobility And A Healthy Lifestyle

Our turmeric formula contains highly potent ingredients such as 500 mg of curcumin root, 500 mg of turmeric root, 100 mg of Boswellia, and 100 mg of ginger root. Housed in a veggie capsule with Bioperine, Physician’s Choice Turmeric supplement is absorbed quickly for improved mobility. This way you can feel empowered to live a healthy, active lifestyle.

All Natural Ingredients, Physician Approved

While many people often turn to synthetic medicines to relieve joint pain, our formula contains plant based ingredients for superior joint support. As a cleaner alternative, our ingredients are tested and formulated with doctor approval to ensure you are receiving a high quality blend.

Tumeric is a plant that provides various health benefits due to its active components called curcuminoids. Research shows that curcuminoids help reduce the risk of having a heart attack by improving the circulatory system’s ability to regulate blood clotting and blood pressure [1]. Curcuminoids are also able to pass through the blood-brain barrier, where they protect brain cells from oxidative damage, inflammation, and protein buildup (amyloid plaques) that is linked to the onset of Alzheimer’s disease [2, 3]. Furthermore, ample research has been conducted on turmeric’s primary curcuminoid called curcumin.

This particular nutrient has potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, which have been shown to disrupt various stages of inflammation [4-6]. More specifically, curcumin hinders the activity of inflammatory proteins that can travel into the body’s cells and activate genes that trigger inflammation [7, 8]. Furthermore, curcumin’s anti-inflammatory properties are so strong that it dramatically improves processes in the body assist in the prevention of cardiovascular, neurodegenerative, metabolic, neoplastic, autoimmune, and pulmonary diseases [9-13].

In addition, curcumin has the capacity to target free radicals (toxins) and it also enhances the activity of antioxidant enzymes the body naturally produces [14-18]. Curcumin further boosts brain health by enhancing the production of a growth hormone called brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) that plays a role in the formation of neurons in the brain and new neuronal connections [19, 20]. By boosting the levels of BDNF, curcumin heightens mental function (e.g. concentration, memory) and the body’s ability to reverse or delay age-related cognitive impairments as well as different types of brain diseases [21, 22].

Additionally, curcumin demonstrates anti-cancer properties through its capacity to hinder the growth, development, and metastasis (spread) of cancer cells [23, 24]. More specifically, it disrupts the growth of new blood vessels in tumors, thereby hindering metastasis and promoting the death of cancer cells, especially cancerous cells in the colon [25-27]. Research also shows that curcumin can reduce the number of precancerous lesions that can potentially differentiate into cancerous tumors [27]. This means curcumin improves bodily processes that prevent the onset or progression of various diseases, including those that are age-related [28-30].

Curcumin is safely and quickly absorbed into the bloodstream, but according to research, combining it with Bioperine improves its absorption by approximately 2000% [31]. Bioperine, which is also known as piperine, is an extract from black pepper that is well known for its ability to dramatically enhance the body’s absorption of other nutrients [32]. However, this potent mineral also targets joint and muscle pain as well as bronchitis, Parkinson’s disease, and heart disease through its ability to disrupt inflammatory and plaque-forming processes [32-38].

In addition to these benefits, Bioperine is frequently combined with other vitamins, herbs, and minerals because it safely increases the bioavailability of essential nutrients [31, 34]. For instance, consuming Bioperine regularly enhances the levels of selenium, B vitamins, and vitamin C that the body extracts from food [32]. It also boosts metabolism by improving nutrient absorption in the digestive tract and the bloodstream [31]. Therefore, the combination of Bioperine and the curcuminoids in turmeric can dramatically improve overall health when they are taken regularly.

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